Jason Momoa Signs Batman v Superman Poster 'F*ck Marvel', Plus Rumored Suicide Squad Connections
If there was any question of whether Jason Momoa is a company man, there isn't anymore. The Batman v Superman star was kind enough to sign his Aquaman character poster for Superhero Feed, throwing some hilarious shade at Marvel in the process.
JASON MOMOA signs AQUAMAN poster. Adding "Fuck Marvel". pic.twitter.com/qXypcMsFLf— Superhero Feed (@SuperheroFeed) March 15, 2015
Well, the gauntlet's been thrown. Your move, Marvel.
In other Batman v Superman news, our favorite rumor mongerers are at it again, this time with possible news of a Batman/Suicide Squad connection:
Details about THE GOD DAMN #BATMAN in #SUICIDESQUAD! #SPOILER #WARNING According to sources, in the film Batman is some sort of big boogeyman that the government REALLY hates. Get this, prior to the events in #BatmanvSuperman, THE JOKER is the only one to really ever meet him or know him and that's why he's so important to Amanda Waller. They have footage of Batman in action which they watch. There is a bit of dialogue where they say Batman is the key to tracking down all "the supers." Very cool stuff. #DC #DCCU #DCCOMICS #THEJOKER #AMANDAWALLER #THEDARKKNIGHTRETURNS
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According to Latino Review's Umberto Gonzalez, Ben Affleck's iteration of Batman will not actually appear in Suicide Squad, but his character will still very much have a presence. Rumor has it that he will be "some sort of big boogeyman that the government REALLY hates," including Viola Davis's Amanda Waller.
And although there hasn't been any news of Jared Leto's Joker appearing in Batman v Superman, there will apparently be a storied history between him and Affleck's Batman by the time we meet Joker in Suicide Squad. According to Gonzalez, Joker is "the only one to really ever meet [Batman]... and that's why he's so important to Amanda Waller."
There will reportedly also be footage played from Batman v Superman, with Waller and Joker talking about Batman and referring to him as the key to tracking down "the supers." The footage is obviously less exciting than Affleck actually making an appearance, but this description is still intriguing, as it could shed some light on the Suicide Squad's central mission in the film.
Batman v Superman comes out in theaters on March 25, 2016, while Suicide Squad comes out on August 5, 2016.